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New Hampshire's oldest state park, founded in 1891, is the namesake of General James Miller, who was a hero in the War of 1812. Here visitors will enjoy incredible views, hiking, walking trails, and picnic areas. Climbers can head for the summit of Pack Monadnock Mountain, and a scenic roadway also leads to the top.

Location: Hwy 101, Peterborough New Hampshire Telephone 603-924-3672

Other New Hampshire State Parks nearby:
(Allenstown) Bear Brook State Park
(Orange) Cardigan State Park
(Greenfield) Greenfield State Park
(Peterborough) Miller State Park
(Jaffrey) Monadnock State Park
(Nottingham) Pawtuckaway State Park

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